CARLSBAD, CA – Suzuki Motor Corp. knows it can’t remain uncompetitive in the hotly contested midsize sedan segment for long, but a new Verona is not imminent. The Japanese auto maker introduced the Suzuki Verona to the U.S. market in 2003 – a version of the second-generation Daewoo Magnus, assembled by GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. in South Korea. A redesigned second-generation Verona was to be unveiled at the New York auto show in April, but plans were put on hold, largely to ...
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